Bengaluru, the Garden City of India, is also rightly christened as the “Silicon Valley of India” on account of being the nation’s largest exporter of Information Technology. Moving to Bangalore and working in one of the popular tech firms has been aspirational for many freshers as well as seasoned IT professionals. Bangalore employs a staggering 35% of India’s pool of 2.5 million IT professionals.
An IT professional wishing to move to Bangalore must look out for these 20 notable IT companies in Bangalore:
It is a multinational professional services company and serves clients in more than 120 countries. Accenture was incorporated in Dublin, Ireland and has Julie Sweet as its new chief executive officer.
A multinational IT consulting company, IBM was started in 1992 and now has more than 3,50,000 employees and has offices in various locations Pan India. It is located at Bannerghatta in Bangalore.
IBM Bangalore Office (Image Courtesy Jarma.com)
An American multinational conglomerate headquartered in Charlotte, North Carolina, it primarily operates in four areas of business: aerospace, building technologies, performance materials and technologies (PMT), and safety and productivity solutions (SPS). Honeywell is a Fortune 100 company which has a global workforce of approximately 110,000 workers.
Cisco manufactures and sells networking hardware, software, telecommunications equipment and other high technology products and services. Their Bengaluru office is located at Bellandur.
Tech for Sustainability Event at Cisco Bangalore (Image Courtesy CWS India)
Robert Bosch or popularly known as Bosch is a German multinational engineering and technology company. It operates in four sectors: mobility (hardware and software), consumer goods such as house appliances and power tools, industrial technology and energy and building technology.
Intel’s core business is supplying microprocessors for well-known computer systems manufacturers such as Apple, Lenovo, Dell and HP Computers. One of the founders of the company, Robert Noyce, was a key inventor of the integrated circuit. Hence, the name Intel comes from a portmanteau of ’integrated’ and ‘electronics’.
INTEL Office, Bangalore (Image courtesy Cybertecz.in)
SAP Labs India is SAP’s largest Research and Development center other than its headquarters in Germany and is a part of a connected lab network of 20 Labs in 17 countries. SAP Labs India was founded in November 1998.
It is India’s second largest Information Technology Company. They have an international presence with 63 offices and development centers. They have multiple offices in E-City, Dickenson Road and JP Nagar in Bangalore.
One of the Infosys Offices in Bangalore (Image Courtesy Shutterstock)
NTT Data is a Japanese company and a subsidiary of Nippon Telegraph and Telephone. NTT DATA was ranked #8 in Consulting Magazine’s 2016 Best Firms to Work For. Its business areas are in national and local governments, financial and telecommunication sectors.
Being a global giant in technology that specializes in Internet related products and services, Google hardly needs an introduction! In Bengaluru, its office is located on Old Madras Road.
Google Office, Bangalore (Image Courtesy Business Insider)
Ernst & Young
Popularly considered one of the Big Four accounting firms, EY has recently expanded into markets adjacent to Accounting, including Strategy, Operations, HR, Technology, and Financial Services Consulting. They work with more than 200,000 clients in 150 countries, from startups to multinationals to help them meet their needs.
Considered as one of the big 5 companies of the US technology industry, Amazon focuses on e-commerce, cloud computing, digital streaming and artificial intelligence. The company has been referred to as “One of the most influential economic and cultural forces in the world”, as well as “The world’s most valuable brand”.
The Amazon Bangalore Office (Image Courtesy Glassdoor.com)
DXC is a global IT services and solution leader. It currently has 1,38,000 employees all over the world and is headquartered in Virginia, United States.
Currently headed by Satya Nadella, Microsoft was founded by Bill Gates and Paul Allen in the year 1975. It has more than 1,50,000 employees worldwide.
Microsoft Bangalore Campus (Image Courtesy Microsoft.com)
CGI is a Canadian multinational IT consulting and systems integration company, headquartered at Montreal, Canada. In India, there are 13500 professionals working out of nine major In Bengaluru their offices are located at E-City, Cyber Park, Old Airport Road and Whitefield.
The Company sells database software and technology, cloud engineered systems and enterprise software products. They have their own brands of database management systems. In Bengaluru, it is located at the Embassy Business Park.
Oracle, Bangalore (Image Courtesy Glassdoor.com)
Walmart Labs is the technology arm of Walmart. Its aim is to connect online and in-store It currently has 6000 employees.
Wipro was founded by Mohamed Premji. It is one of the largest providers of IT services, consulting, outsourcing, and managed servicing. It currently has 1,75,000 employees globally and is headquartered in Electronic City in Bengaluru.
Wipro Campus at Bangalore (Image Courtesy ejobnotification.com)
Part of the Larsen and Toubro group, Mindtree is an information technology and outsourcing company. It has its headquarters in Global Village Tech Park in Bengaluru.
Founded by Shiv Nadar and Arjun Malhotra, HCL Technologies is an Indian multinational information technology service and consulting company. Its headquarters is in Noida, Uttar Pradesh. It is located in Electronic City in Bengaluru.
HCL Office, Bangalore (Image Courtesy Justdial.com)